We have 2 We Are Singaporeans trivia game show questions for you – Who is Jalan Eunos named after? and Which supplier of commercial kitchen equipment to F&B businesses in Singapore shares its showroom space with Nuevo Cafe?
Lanzhou is the capital and largest city of Gansu Province in Northwest China. A Chinese Muslim style of beef noodles with clear soup and hand-pulled la mian is a well loved item in Lanzhou’s distinct food culture. Lanzhou is home to one of China’s significant populations of Hui Muslims. Hence the authentic Lanzhou beef noodles (兰州牛肉面) uses only Halal beef. The famed beef noodles of Lanzhou has become very popular throughout China and 牛一嘴 Núodle has brought the Lanzhou specialty to Singapore. Judging by the queue to get into 牛一嘴 Núodle beef noodles restaurant at SingPost Centre, Lanzhou beef noodles must also be popular in Singapore.
The new mall of the Singapore Post Centre (or SingPost Centre) opened without much fanfare but its initial footfall numbers must be the envy of many other mall operators. A reason SingPost Centre is drawing the crowd must be the food offerings. There is a mix of established restaurants and new to market brands. Hawkerman at SingPost Centre in one of the new dining concepts attracting curios diners.
SingPost Centre (or Singapore Post Centre) is touted as Singapore’s first shopping mall that offers a complete suite of eCommerce logistics solutions. A walk around the newly opened SingPost Centre Mall may suggest that for most Singaporeans the “e” in “eCommerce” stands for Eating. Food places take centrestage and it is easy to forget that the General Post Office is there. There are so many things to eat and the SingPost Centre food options are varied and generally reasonably priced.
The popular Geylang Serai Hari Raya Bazaar or the Bazaar Ramadan at Geylang Serai is here again. The Geylang Serai Hari Raya Bazaar 2017 started on 26 May and would run till 24 June 2017. The 2017 edition of the pasar malam which runs during the month of Ramadan is bigger and have a greater variety of interesting food than last year’s. Colourful concoctions, rainbow, unicorn, cheese and Thai tea seem to be the dominant themes at the latest Bazaar Ramadan @ Geylang Serai. The traditional Malay local street food is still available aplenty. A visit to the Geylang Serai Hari Raya Bazaar 2017 should be an interesting experience whether you are a street food lover or not.